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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-20-2010, 05:37 PM
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Originally Posted by mmawrestler View Post
Kenpo (not KEMPO)Karate is pretty ****in sick, one of the deadliest ones out there, designed for street self defense, and it a practical martial art, my coch got his 4th degree blakc belt in it before he started doing mma.
This. A true black belt of Kenpo will wreck people's lives. Ed Parker was the man.
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Kyokushin, which helped to make GSP and the late Andy Hug great fighters.

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Originally Posted by swpthleg View Post
Kyokushin, which helped to make GSP and the late Andy Hug great fighters.
Don't forget Bas Rutten!

Kyokushin is the stiffest(if that's the right term) form of Karate. It emphasizes full contact and hardening your body to make you tougher.

"He who defeats himself is the mightiest warrior" - Confucius(I think)
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